Ha, he was never cuddly until we got the computer. My husband said it's because it's the only time Isit still long enough for him! He'll stay like that for an hour or more, or until my legs fall asleep--he's pretty heavy. He doesn't like to sleep with us, though. That's Lemur's job.
Heather102180, It can be disappointing about not having a lap cat. There are ways to determine how affectionate a cat will be while at the shelter. Remembering a few years ago, how the cats I had while living and working in central Calif., were not too affectionate. Since then, I have learned how to choose a pet cat from the shelters. I have adopted a few more, and they are all lap cats, very affectionate, and besides, they all get along with each other . In fact, the cat heading this thread, Frodo, looks exactly like my orange Sammy Cat, and he is the greatest cuddler I have.
Aww, Frodo's such a big sweetie.
Zalensia: My cats have the same fight over my lap. Unfortunately, I usually give in, just support my legs on something at chair level and then 2 can fit. Or each one takes a leg. 30lbs of cat does make your legs fall asleep quickly though...
My Siamese are very cuddly. One of them wants to be velcroed to my lap. However, I've had many cats, some of them cuddlers, and others who cuddled only when THEY wanted to cuddle. Most of mine were kittens dropped off at our house-or given to me. People tend to think that if you like cats you want EVERY cat dropped off at their house too! But, Wayne, you didn't give us your secret!. Come on, now. Fess up!
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